I don't know what to think about this.
The whole "Animal Police" situation in Hong Kong.
I don't think it's fair.
Don't get me wrong.
I'm all for animals,
if you too are a victim of social networking
you must have had the most delight pleasure
of reading my statues, tweets, and such ...
I aspire to be a vegetarian.
I fail constantly,
but for the time being,
it's the thought that counts.
I love animals, I could never kill one.
Pigs, cows, chickens, sheep, fish.
Confine me to a room for 30 days,
dying from starvation
with a pig
I'd willingly let the pig feed off my carcass before I go all survivor on him.
Time and time again I try to cut out meat but my pathetic excuse is that
"I was raised to eat meat."
There wasn't a single family occasion that didn't concern meat consumption.
My mother was raised in a village in Philippines,
she used to kill pigs for her dinner.
First and foremost,
"Animal Police" would be created to prevent and fight against animal cruelty.
However, this mainly benefits house pets and small animals.
Mainly due to the increasing number of animal torture cases in Hong Kong,
cats and dogs being tortured, bashed and burnt.
say we prevent all of that.
Torture, harm and pain all in the past.
Pets of the world, safe. Forever.
It's not as if the next step was to
eat a dog,
eat your cat.
But what about
that steak on your plate?
pork in your burger?
nuggets in your meal?
Does the concept of "Animal Police" protect the lives of those
spent in a slaughter house?
meat eaters protecting the rights of their furry loved ones at home.
Despite the pure intention of "Animal Police"
Humans, once again play the role of god
deciding which are worthy of living
which are worthy of a five course meal.
"Animal Police" may be formed
We can ensure the safety and well-being of all animals
instead of classifying them into eatable/uneatable categories.
So for now dear carnivores,
be appreciative and grateful for the lives
that were sacrificed for your
breakfast, lunch and dinner.